This has proven to be a very popular exercise Main Characters, so I thought I might see if we can get the same ball rolling for Villains. Which in my case would be the same people but I imagine most of the writers here aren't doing that. What famous villain monologue does your villain most strongly disagree with? Alec: Syndrome's "If everybody's super, no one will be" from the Incredibles. We've had automobiles for over a hundred years now, and nobody's looking at marathon runners and saying "Who cares, I can do better than that with my machine," so why would everybody having rocket boots in Syndrome's future world make everybody dis the supers who can fly without them? The guy already understood human nature well enough to make a fortune selling the right inventions to the right people, so how'd he suddenly pick up the Idiot Ball about that part? Charlie: Whole concept. If you're trying to do something, then why waste time talking about it? Amy: Raoul Silva's "Two Rats" speech to Bond in Skyfall. There are people who got burned by the agency like Silva did without turning traitor, there are people who turned traitor like Silva who hadn't gotten burned first, so why would anybody believe him when he said he turned traitor because he'd been burned before? When you leave a bunch of rats in a barrel with no food, they'll turn to cannibalism, and you can release the two survivors to hunt for other rats after they've gotten used to cannibalism, but that's only because it was already in the rats' natures to turn to cannibalism. If you dropped a dozen capybaras in a barrel, they would all starve because it's not in their nature to cannibalize each other the way it's in a rat's nature. What famous villain monologue does your villain most strongly disagree with?